False Impression (Mass Market)

By Jeffrey Archer

St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9780312939779, 544pp.

Publication Date: November 28, 2006

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (3/6/2006)
Digital Audiobook (3/6/2006)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (8/1/2012)

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Description

Why was an elegant lady BRUTALLY MURDERED the night before 9/11?

Why was a successful New York banker not surprised to receive A WOMAN'S LEFT EAR in the mail?

Why did a young woman with a brilliant career steal an IMPRESSIONIST PAINTING?

Why was an honors graduate working as a temporary secretary after INHERITING A FORTUNE?

Why was a SENIOR FBI AGENT trying to work out the connection between these four apparently innocent individuals?

A breathtaking journey of twists and turns from New York to London, from Bucharest and on to Tokyo ends up in a sleepy English village where the mystery surrounding Van Gogh's last painting will finally be resolved.

This edition of the book is the deluxe, tall rack mass market paperback.



About the Author

JEFFREY ARCHER was educated at Oxford University. He served five years as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons and has served twenty-six years as a Member of the House of Lords. Now published in 97 countries and more than 37 languages, all of his novels and short story collections—including Kane & Abel, Only Time Will Tell and This Was a Man—have been international bestsellers. Jeffrey is married with two sons and three grandchildren, and lives in London, Cambridge and Majorca.


Praise For False Impression

“Archer is back in top form with [this] latest thriller.” —Library Journal (starred review)

“Thoroughly imagined...entertaining...thrilling.” —Denver Post

“Murder and a high-stakes art-world theft are cleverly blended [in this] exciting...global thrill-ride.” —Vancouver Sun

“Sail along from one high crime to the next....Archer is a great plotter....[and] in the middle of the action, [he] drops research gems.” —Liz Smith, New York Post